St. Mary’s Glacier
A Presidents Day storm dropped more than a foot of snow on parts of the Colorado mountains Monday and left some roads in Denver and Colorado Springs glazed with ice for the morning commute.
The water is finally safe to drink again for people living in St. Mary’s Glacier.
The mountain community of St. Mary’s Glacier hasn’t had drinking water for three weeks and it could still be days before they’re able to drink out of the tap.
St. Mary’s Glacier residents have been without drinking water for more than two weeks and it could be the weekend before they’re able to drink from the tap.
Frustrated homeowners in Saint Mary’s Glacier near Idaho Springs have been without usable water for 12 days.
People who live in St. Mary’s Glacier are concerned after they haven’t been able to drink or use their water in 11 days.
Residents in the St. Mary’s Glacier area in Clear Creek County have been without running water for a week
After the long cold winter, it is time to head out and enjoy the all of the beauty that Colorado has to offer. The best part is that you don’t have to leave your dog at home either. Yes, Colorado is home to many pet-friendly options that will allow you and your pup to hike and take in the scenery.